Translation of ill-humored in Spanish:

ill-humored

malhumorado, adj.

(British ill-humoured)

Pronunciation /ˈɪlˈˌ(h)jumərd//ˌɪlˈhjuːməd/

adjective

formal

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    malhumorado
    • A notorious spot featuring an ill-humored grandmother was universally panned.
    • I tried to understand the ill-humored nonchalance that had overtaken me.
    • There are open-air fruit sellers, women "strong as mules, hard as stone, ill-humored."
    • She shifted her eyes to Frederick, whose ill-humored reaction to Olivia's slight was quite evident.
    • It's not exactly ill-humored, but you can't really call it jolly fun, either.
    • He turned an ill-humored eye toward Younge, who sat further down the table pouring over the treasury accounts.
    • The two continued conversing when an ill-humored Olivia came upon them.
    • It is ill-humored in some places.
    • My time has been taken up with appeasing the whims of a very impertinent and ill-humored stallion.
    • Now when the ill-humored husband spied Lennie's wide smile, his temper boiled over.